Springfield Manor is a wedding venue that’s quintessentially Maryland! And this was the chosen destination for Colleen and Rich’s wedding. They were one of my COVID couples that had to reschedule their wedding, so it was so fulfilling to see these two finally get started on their journey together. I’d love to show you some of the amazing shots from this venue.
Springfield Manor is about an hour’s drive west of Baltimore, a little beyond Frederick. It’s a gorgeous mansion surrounded by rich lavender fields, and the ceremony site faces the rolling mountains. Out front, tall trees shade a green lawn–the fallen leaves look perfect in autumn. It’s giving that Pride and Prejudice intrigue.
Inside, Springfield Manor accents its historic architecture with wrought iron sconces, beautifully decorated fireplaces, and gilded mirrors. It’s not over the top, just a subtle elegance that adds so much to your wedding photos.
Springfield Manor can host up to 300 guests in their ballroom and barn. The venue has both indoor and outdoor options to suit your preference.
Round or rectangular tables and your choice of linens and table cloths are available for the reception, and the Springfield Winery Distillery Brewery is happy to provide signature drinks. Catering is provided by Great American Catering.
As a wedding photographer, sometimes the most important part of the wedding is showcasing the little details of the day. When you look back on your wedding, you’ll remember the big feelings, but over time, you forget the little things that make the day beautiful. The eucalyptus and florals, tied with ribbon. Navy settings. Glass and lace.
The wedding details here at Springfield Manor were so romantic. I’m really glad I could finally share this day with Colleen and Rich.
If you’re booking Springfield Manor, reach out! I’d love to be a part of preserving the memories from your unique wedding.